Contact Lenses in Edmonton
Historically, our clinics have always been at the forefront of new contact lens technology, and we have a lot of experience fitting the latest contacts as they become available on the market. At Optometrists Clinic Inc, we are committed to offering you the highest quality name-brand, like ACUVUE® and CIBA VISION® contact lenses in Edmonton. We offer a range of materials and disposal styles, as well as several tints and colours to suit all types of prescriptions. We proudly carry a variety of multifocal contact lenses to help you correct presbyopia, enabling you to see objects both near and far.
Multifocal lenses come in both soft materials and hard gas-permeable materials. They can be worn on a disposable basis and come in many different styles (translating, concentric, and aspheric) dependent upon your specific needs. Your pupil size and near prescription are two factors that will help determine the right lenses for you. A proper fitting and careful selection are essential.
Here are but a few of the name-brand contact lenses we carry at our many convenient Edmonton area locations:
ACUVUE OASYS® Brand 1-Day
Because the types of environments your eyes may be subjected to will vary from day to day, ACUVUE OASYS® Brand 1-Day contact lenses utilize exclusive EYE-INSPIRED™ Design and HydraLuxe™ Technology to ensure your eyes remain comfortable even in the most demanding of environments. Featuring an enhanced network of tear-like molecules that actually mimic mucins and the electrolyte concentration found in natural tears, the lens offers a more stable tear film to help combat tired eyes and dryness. The HydraLuxe™ Technology is tear-infused with a uniform tear-like network throughout the entire lens (not just a coating), so that it works consistently all day.
Alcon DAILIES TOTAL1® Multifocal Lenses
DAILIES TOTAL1® are the world’s first water-gradient contact lenses, meaning they place water in a silicone hydrogel core to allow for better breathability and an ultra-soft surface gel for a gentle cushion of moisture. What does this mean for the contact lens wearer? It’s a contact lens that’s so comfortable that it practically feels like you’re wearing nothing at all.
Bausch & Lomb ULTRA for Astigmatism
Bausch & Lomb ULTRA delivers all-day comfort, stability, and consistently clear vision for those suffering from astigmatism, while helping to maintain 95% of lens moisture for up to 16 hours thanks to their innovative MoistureSeal™ Technology. This innovative lens material is actually designed to help meet the demands of digital device users since it’s estimated that more than 60% of adults spend five or more hours on their digital devices each day and 70% of people use two or more digital devices at a given time. Research has shown that digital device users tend to blink less on average, which could contribute to dehydration and dryness of the eyes. Their unique OpticAlign Design makes the stability and consistently clear vision possible.
Explore the Benefits of Switching to Contact Lenses
We recommend that our patients use contact lenses in addition to their glasses. We are happy for people to wear their contact lenses appropriately, which can include long hours of wear. However, every contact lens wearer should also have a pair of glasses, even if it’s purely for a back-up in case of emergencies. Contacts offer many benefits, including:
Are Contacts Right for You?
Contact lenses can correct virtually anything eyeglasses can and are great for nearly any lifestyle. Whether you are nearsighted or farsighted, need single vision or progressives, want to wear them for occasions or 24/7, there is a contact lens for you. Additionally, our professional dispensers give hands-on training for first-time contact lens users. Ask one of our Optometrists Clinic Inc eye care professionals which contact lenses are right for you.
Call or Pay Us a Visit for New Contact Lenses in Edmonton
So, if you’re on the market for new contact lenses in Edmonton, we encourage you to call us or pay us a visit at one of our convenient locations in Leduc, Westlock, or Edmonton to discuss your specific vision needs.